Skipping listener mail for two weeks in a row? We know, we know … unconscionable. But we also know you’ll forgive us in exchange for two things: a packed review schedule, and an awesome podcast guest.
We’re bringing you both of those as the week winds down to a close. In addition to the usual news segment narrated by the soothing voice of Chief News Editor Stephen Schenck, we’ve got additional insights on Samsung’s new Galaxy S5: how it compares to its forebears, how well it fares against competition like the HTC One M8, and a debate on the merits of standout features like the fingerprint scanner and immersion resistance – all of it flavored with the unique perspective only Engadget’s Brad Molen can provide.
We also talk a lot about Windows Phone 8.1 and its place in the season’s smartphone landscape, before briefly touching on the Oppo Find 7a – the only real reason Taylor Martin has for being on this particular episode. In retrospect, maybe we should have left him alone to finish his comparison. Sorry, T.
All this, plus some of the weirdest outtakes ever to spill from our word-holes, on episode 092 of the Pocketnow Weekly! So fire up your favorite podcast app and get to downloading: Mister Phone Wisdom is here, and he doesn’t like to be kept waiting.
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Pocketnow Weekly episode 092
Feature: Galaxy S5 vs HTC M8, Windows Phone 8.1
Windows Phone 8.1 review discussion
Samsung Galaxy S 5: versus the competition, versus its predecessors
The Pocketnow Weekly’s transition music (the track used between its News and Feature segments on some episodes) is a track called “Radiation” from the talented Ali Spagnola.
You may recognize the tune as one of the preloaded ringtones from your Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, or Nexus 4 – but it’s a real song, from a real album. You can download that album, along with many others, at Ali’s website here, or visit her YouTube page here!
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